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Discussion in 'Marshall Amps' started by Michael Roe, Dec 2, 2019.
3 weeks from today is NAMM!
Who all is going to be there? Would love to meet some of you.
Any news so far?
Dave Friedman’s got four new ‘products’ , I think one of them will be the Jake E Lee amp , and another one will a ‘proper’ plexi . Not Marshall’s I know but of interest .
If they got it right neither one of us would have sold ours. Yes it was a modified plexi like intended, a great idea for a new standard head. But they gave it one of history's worst reverbs, tampered with cathode values and some other stuff I'm not qualified to identify, and it ended up being your basic dog. Just another Marshall we discuss mods for on forums like this.
They need to go there again. Or try something using the 2204 as a springboard. Local techs can get it right, why can't Marshall.
there will be a 1959 SLP ToneMaster and a 1962 Bluesbreaker ToneMaster, brace yourselves...
I'm all in if they do a Studio 6100.
I would be happier though, if they did a modern take on the JMP-1 preamp, all tube and ditch the OD2 ch and add a "Plexi" ch.
i would too but doubt they'll release anything in 19" rackmount anymore...
In Europe, they have started selling out the Origin models at fantastic prices.
So I suspect there will be a new model for Vietnam to manufacture, perhaps a lower priced series of Studio models
still makes sense for the marshall equivalent of the fender tonemaster amps
Oh Hell no!
They already have the Code. No emulation BS!!!!
Some all tube preamp pedals like Victory did is in order.
Just add your favorite higher gain or clean pedal to your SV or SC.
They're not going to say anything until the 16th.
The Fender is too much $$$ for a solid state amp. Better if they do an Origin V2. Another disappointment. It's just as easy to build a great sounding amp as a lame one.
Have to admit it's a beautiful amp. Mine was purple. If I had the money and time I'd get another - they're cheap around here - and have it modded.
Interesting comments from Steve at the beginning of the video... “Things are in the pipeline...”
So we only got new finishes. Ok meh. Although I would like a white jcm800.
I would prefer a JMP 2203 studio and maybe a JCM 900 stydio
the JMP 2203 is not really different from the 2203 JCM800, so apart from the design, it would be useless
next release will be @summernamm then...
And the question remains, whether we'll see JVM with switching power options within a couple of years or within a couple of decades.
Next one up is the JCM 900.